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FANTASY IMPROMPTU OP. 66 C SHARP MINOR URTEXT PIANO

Chopin; Ed: Paul Badura-Skoda & Akira Imai

This edition features fold-out pages, which facilitate convenient page-turns. The musical text is based on Chopin’s autograph manuscript. Includes a detailed preface (in Eng./Ger.), critical commentary (German only), and the appendix includes the Impromptu Op.89 of Ignaz Moscheles for comparison (both works use similar thematic material, which might explain why Chopin chose not to publish this work during his lifetime).

0101485602 / $12.95

FANTASY OP. 28 B MIN URTEXT PIANO

Scriabin

CONCERTO NO 5 OP. 22 D VIOLIN & PIANO

CONCERTO NO 2 OP. 21 F MINOR 2 PIANOS 4 HANDS URTEXT

Written in 1900, this is a single sonata-form movement which bridges the gap between the Third Sonata and the Fourth Sonata. The virtuosic style is close to that of the Third Sonata. The brooding opening gives way to one of Scriabin’s inspired second subjects which is sustained for twenty-six bars. Noticeable are the touches of the canonic treatment. The third theme is close in its massive confidence and chromatic harmony to the world of the Third Symphony. The recapitulation was later expanded and rescored. The emotional line rides on through a long coda, a device used later in the Seventh Sonata.

Seitz

Friedrich Seitz was born in Germany in 1848. Although we know that he was an accomplished violinist, there is not too much else that is known about him. He composed a few works, and this is his most popular. It offers quite a challenge to the violinist with rhythmic passages, quick finger changes, and many tempo changes. It is a work that should be pursued by all violin players.

0301691106 / $27.95

Chopin; Ed. Rink

The Complete Chopin - A New Critical Edition Series Editors: John Rink, Jim Samson, Jean-Jacques Eigeldinge. Editorial Consultant: Christophe Grabowski; Volume Editor: John Rink.

0104485502 / $39.95

0101488802 / $29.95

JAZZ CLASSICS BOOK 1

Gershwin

This new volume contains a selection of Gershwin’s most popular songs in new arrangements for intermediate pianists, plus a number of his original works for piano solo. The song arrangements have the harmonic ‘flavour’ of Oscar Peterson and George Shearing, introducing the pianist to the wider world of the jazz piano. Some of the world’s greatest melodies, with spine- tingling harmonies suitable for cocktail lounges as well as classrooms! Contents: Three Quarter Blues, Summertime, Fascinating Rhythm, Someone to Watch Over Me, The Man I Love, I Got Rhythm, Impromptu in Two Keys, and others.

CHACONY VIOLIN & PIANO

Purcell; Arr. Fischer

Simon Fischer (author of Basics and Practice) provides a fresh take on this wonderful 17th-century theme, famously re-worked by Benjamin Britten. This arrangement follows in the tradition of the romantic violin transcriptions of the 19th and 20th centuries, and is intended to be played in a later style on modern instruments. It can also be played in more of a period style on baroque violin with harpsichord, in which case the suggested bowings, fingerings and dynamics can be adjusted accordingly.

0301698906 / $17.95

INTERVAL SONG BK/CD

Bates Django

Composer Django Bates has come up with this fantastic educational resource for interval learning!

  • Sheet music - voice, piano and chords.

  • Photocopiable lyric sheets.

  • A CD including a performance, learning tracks and

a backing track.

  • A guide to all the intervals contained in the song.

1001318981/ $44.95

0101488902 / $29.95

www.ampd.com.au

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